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    Poll: The origin of I-Y18331 is pretty unclear as of...

    The origin of I-Y18331 is pretty unclear as of now, an origin from Eastern Europe has been suggested due to the fact that this branch is also present in the Chuvash and Ashkenazi Jews. And its...
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    Poll: Many have actually theorised that I2a-CTS10228...

    Many have actually theorised that I2a-CTS10228 expanded into Eastern Europe with Celtic speakers based on the fact that CTS10228* has been found in France and Germany. It was then picked up by the...
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    Yeah, I guess it could be considered to be...

    Yeah, I guess it could be considered to be somewhat of a stretch, but that is only due to the fact that not many Greeks have tested. Which makes analysis pretty difficult, at least for me. The Greek...
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    What regions exactly do you consider as Central...

    What regions exactly do you consider as Central Balkan? The eastern half of Slavonia in Croatia could be considered somewhat Central Balkan geographically, but then again it could also be considered...
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    Not sure if everyone would consider this as...

    Not sure if everyone would consider this as Central Balkan, but sample 13499 from Beli Manastir, Croatia, was R-Z2103+. The sample belonged to the Vucedol Culture and was dated back to 2,884-2,666...
  6. It's mentioned on the website that a certain...

    It's mentioned on the website that a certain Alberto Armeno (nicknamed Albano Armenio) from Corfu took part in the Battle of Zonchio in 1499 as an admiral of the Venetian fleet. He was killed during...
  7. The origin of the Greek FGC13617 samples from...

    The origin of the Greek FGC13617 samples from Corfu is pretty interesting. They are all from the same family that seems to be descended from one of the noble houses of Corfu that established...
  8. I have seen a number of Albanians that are U152+...

    I have seen a number of Albanians that are U152+ on 23andme, though none seem to have tested with FTDNA or Yseq. Most of them are from Vlore and Diber (especially Peshkopi area).

    Interestingly,...
  9. Well Venice only held the city of Durres for 109...

    Well Venice only held the city of Durres for 109 years, 1392-1501 (not including the short Venetian occupation in 1201 during the Fourth Crusade). Lezha was held by the Venetians for 96 years,...
  10. From what I understand, that region was only...

    From what I understand, that region was only officially called "Venetian Albania" after Venice had lost all of its major holdings in Albania to the Ottomans (Lezha in 1478, Shkodra 1479 and Durres in...
  11. I believe he mentioned Venetian Albania (Albania...

    I believe he mentioned Venetian Albania (Albania Veneta) because it was an area presided over by Venice that included Albania (Shkodra and Lezha regions), not because he believes that the region was...
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    I mean the spreadsheets are available, you can...

    I mean the spreadsheets are available, you can check. And from what I see all available samples are on the spread sheet, maybe a few are missing. It's also a big assumption to say that he leaves out...
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    G25 is probably the most accurate calculator...

    G25 is probably the most accurate calculator that's out for us. All ancient samples and academic samples are included in spreadsheets and can be used...
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    Today Arvanites primarily identify as Greeks,...

    Today Arvanites primarily identify as Greeks, though most seem to be aware of their Albanian roots. As for the Vlachs (Aromanians), I'd imagine that they identify as Aromanians primarily, but also as...
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    Interesting how I4331 lived only 200 years after...

    Interesting how I4331 lived only 200 years after the TMRCA of his clade, this should mean that Z38240 did indeed originate around modern day Croatia. I wonder how Z38240* ended up in Northern Norway...
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    Not too sure on the exact figures, though I'd...

    Not too sure on the exact figures, though I'd guess that it should be within the 50s.
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    Well there are a couple L283+ samples from South...

    Well there are a couple L283+ samples from South Asia. There is a J2b-Y146401 sample from Kerala, India, on Yfull. It's clear his paternal ancestry is from the Balkans as there is an Albanian who is...
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    7 J2a samples have been found in Neolithic...

    7 J2a samples have been found in Neolithic Europe, whilst 6 E1b samples have been found. So yeah, pretty similar in terms of distribution for this time period.

    I believe that the Proto-Greeks...
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    There are 6 E samples from Neolithic Europe. ...

    There are 6 E samples from Neolithic Europe.

    1) E-L618 from Zemunica cave, Croatia. Part of the Cardium Pottery Culture and dated 7,600-7,400ybp
    2) E-V13 from Avellaner cave, Spain. Part of the...
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    Yes we are very similar, though Greeks seem to...

    Yes we are very similar, though Greeks seem to get increased West Asian (Levant and Iranian Neolithic in this case). Most of this West Asian input seems to be ancient as it is also present in the...
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    As far as I know, there are actually 7 Neolithic...

    As far as I know, there are actually 7 Neolithic J2a samples from Europe

    1) J2a-Z6055 sample from Neolithic Hungary
    2) J2a-Z6048 sample I5068, from Neolithic Austria
    3) J2a-Z6048 sample I5207,...
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    True, so far it seems like the Western Balkans...

    True, so far it seems like the Western Balkans may have been more western shifted up until the Iron Age. This is based on the fact that HRV_MBA and HRV_IA both are very similar to modern day Northern...
  23. I agree with the nearly all of his points, as...

    I agree with the nearly all of his points, as well as his conclusion. A Proto-Albanian homeland stretching from North Albania, Eastern Montenegro and into Kosovo makes most sense. However he does...
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    Exactly, some of the admins here claim to be so...

    Exactly, some of the admins here claim to be so adamant on banning those who derail threads with nonsense. But yet, this guy hasn't even been warned.
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    You and these ratios.... Ratios mean nothing,...

    You and these ratios....

    Ratios mean nothing, a haplogroups frequency can change within a couple of generations. You've still got a lot of reading to do.
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